The State Property Fund (SPF) has announced a competition among appraisers to determine the market value of real estate with a total area of about 340,000 square meters on the books of the State Center for Training Guards in Uzyn (Belotserkovsky district of the Kiev region). The Interfax Ukraine news agency reported this, citing an advertisement in the Privatization Bulletin newspaper.
The winner of the competition will appraise real estate with a total area of 198,484 square meters of space that had a residual book value of UAH 8.834 million as of September 30, 2008. The property includes, among other things, solid concrete surfaces with areas of 140,000 square meters, 13,015 square meters, 12,945 square meters, 15,938 square meters, and 16,495 square meters.
The winner of the competition will also appraise real estate with a total area of 140,443 square meters that had a residual book value of UAH 5.772 million as of September 30, 2008, including a solid concrete surface with an area of 140,000 square meters.
The competition will take place on the premises of the SPF at 15:00 on January 8, 2014. Competition documentation should be submitted to the SPF by 18:00 on December 26, 2013. The cost of the appraisal work should not exceed UAH 100,000.
As reported, the Kiev city administration announced in 2006 that it planned to implement an investment project involving construction of a cargo airport in Uzyn, where a former military airfield is located. In 2008, then-president Viktor Yuschenko sent a letter to then-prime minister Yulia Tymoshenko, asking her and the Kiev city administration to jointly consider the issue of creating a cargo and passenger airport in Uzyn based on the airfield and technical facilities of the Uzyn Air Base and the Belaya Tserkov aircraft repair plant.
In 2009, the National Agency for Foreign Investment and Development asked foreign companies to participate in construction of an aviation logistics center in Uzyn.